The British Mid-Heavyweight Championship was a top British wrestling championship found throughout the country's circuit. The title's history dates back to 1952 and runs to the present day. Officially mid-heavyweights were required to weigh between 14 st 2 lb and 14 st 12 lb (89.81 and 94.35 kg).
The title was founded in 1953 and remained active until 1981 when it was retired. The title was revived in 2002 and his since become a regular feature on the British independent circuit.
|Arthur Riccaldo||1||1 July 1963||Wins the title after Walsh suffers an injury in their bout|
|Norman Walsh||2||August 1963||Middlesbrough|
|Johnny Allen||1||December 1964||Middlesbrough|
|Norman Walsh||3||1965||Newcastle upon Tyne||Retires as champion in 1965 after a car accident|
|Geoff Portz||1||May 1966||Newcastle upon Tyne||Vacates the title due to injury in 1966|
|Mike Marino||1||December 1966||Sheffield||Title vacated in August 1981 following Marino's death|
The title was revived in 2002 and has subsequently been defended outside the United Kingdom, an unusual occurrence for a British title.
|Robbie Dynamite||1||April 2002|
|Dean Allmark||1||21 January 2006||Hanley, Staffordshire|
|Robbie Dynamite||2||17 August 2006||Rhyl|
|Dean Allmark||2||31 August 2006||Rhyl|
|Robbie Dynamite||3||30 March 2007||Telford|
|Chaos||2||30 August 2008||Flensburg, Germany|
|Robbie Dynamite||4||20 September 2008||Langå, Denmark|
|Deano (Dean Allmark)||3||8 June 2009||Rhyl|
|Robbie Dynamite||5||2 October 2009||Birkenhead|